Energy Efficiency Stocks Favored By Analysts For 2011


Analysts and investors predict last year’s gloom for clean-tech stocks will continue in 2011, with few expectations that renewable energy share prices will recover – but energy efficiency is once again tipped to outperform.

Clean-tech stocks were hit hard in 2010. The WilderHill New Energy Global Innovation Index (NEX), tracking 100 listed global clean energy companies, dropped 14.6% last year, while the US S&P 500 rose 12.8%.

Broken down by sector, the NEX was brought down by

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